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We will probably get a better opening to the market. The resource stocks and gold stocks are better today.
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#Gold

This is the proverbial bounce, and it's encouraging that it bounced when it did, but is this the turn? This week there will likely be some backing and filling before the long holiday weekend.
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#Bounce

There's uncertainty with the impact of higher interest rates as to whether it will slow the economy down, and I feel that it won't, and thus we'll have even higher interest rates.
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#Economy

You would think the overall market should be stronger, but the reason it isn't is because the heavier weight groups (financial services) are weighing down the market.
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#Reason

Gold is a safe haven and there's expectation that with the bloated trade deficit in the U.S., the U.S. dollar is vulnerable.
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#Expectation

The big fear, and the cloud that is overhanging the market is inflation. Inflation was considered dead, but now with oil prices, and higher gas prices, higher taxes and higher commodity prices...all of this with higher activity, eventually it's got to show up.
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#Fear

We knew the ending of the movie before it even started.
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#Ending

It's not surprising -- they had a rapid move up and now there's a correction. This is the first major correction for this group and it's healthy.
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#Correction

It looks like the technology stocks are recovering, so that's helping the market tone.
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#Technology

Natural gas has been very strong. Not only is there a seasonal strength but also the realization that a lot of the stocks are very, very cheap. We have the Americans coming in and the oil patch is for sale to the Americans.
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#Strength

But the market is fragile and confidence is fragile.
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#Confidence

The stock has climbed back with clarification from the company.
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#Company

If you mark-to-market the portfolios together, you are looking at multibillion mark-to-market losses, particularly with gold at $500-plus.
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#Gold

Unfortunately, it's a fact of life that when you have a review, investors tend to penalize the stock.
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#Life

In a period when there were a lot of M&A heated activity they, by virtue of being in the penalty box, could not realistically look at anything because there would be a question mark as to whether you could really close any transaction in a reasonable time.
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#Virtue